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Ski Film from Vital Films with Torin Yater-Wallace

Director Matt Hobbs of Vital Films and Aerial Filmworks worked together on the “Days To Come” ski film featuring Torin Yater-Wallace. Filmed in Aspen, the project used 60p images from the Cineflex V14HD in combination with Phantom and Sony F3 ground cameras. Doug Sheffer of DBS Helicopters was the amazing helicopter pilot following the athletes through the half-pipe on a bright sunny Aspen morning.

Susan Dempster of Aerial Filmworks provided the final color-grading at our in-house edit suite.

View the trailer on Vimeo or behind-the-scenes of the Cineflex at work. Here’s the ESPN Action Sports interview with Torin.

Torin Yater-Wallace and Cineflex V14HD Camera System

Torin Yater-Wallace and Cineflex V14HD Camera System

“Days To Come” is 16-year-old Torin Yater-Wallace’s premiere film project. Since the 2010-2011 season, Torin has become the top halfpipe competitor in the world. This project became a means for the world to finally see Torin outside the competition circuit and make his first featured debut on the big screen. Along side Torin,

Gus Kenworthy with his unmatched style, makes his debut on the Cineflex. Aidan Sheahan, one of the industry’s most upcoming talents and Armada Crew veteran Jacob Wester are also featured. Four unique athletes with four unique styles come together in an amazing way.

Aspen Cineflex CrewMatt Hobbs of Vital Films, Doug Sheffer of DBS Helicopters, and Ron Chapple from Aerial Filmworks.

Aspen Ground CrewJim Tharp working the Phantom high speed camera on “Days To Come”.

Vitals Films "Days to Come" Credit Screen

About Aerial Filmworks

Aerial Filmworks provides high-definition video Cineflex Elite and Cineflex V14HD camera systems and aerial filming services to the international entertainment, documentary and corporate marketplace. Highly regarded by award-winning clients, the Cineflex V14HD and Cineflex Elite provides the highest level of image gyro-stabilization. Our dedicated, experienced camera operators have thousands of hours using the Cineflex for clients including Disney, Discovery Channel, BBC, CBC, PBS/Nature, National Geographic, History Channel, Lexus, Ford, T-Mobile, Planet Green, Freeride World Tour, Red Bull, Burton Snowboards, Amazing Race and CBS/Survivor. Aerial Filmworks is a highly responsive company with over 25 years of aerial photography experience. Dedicated to providing Cineflex V14HD and Cineflex Elite systems and services, our experienced aerial filming crews specialize in international location work.

Aerial Filmworks delivers Google Earth pre-flight visualization, GPS preparation and flight logistical planning; Geo-coded HD video and images for land survey or mapping; Google Earth integration of video, stills, 360 interactive panoramas, podcasts, historical imagery, topographic maps and data.

With in-house HD video suite utilizing Apple’s Final Cut Pro, Aerial Filmworks also delivers professional editing and color-grading, and BluRay/DVD output using robust 12-core MacPros, over 120 Terabytes of online RAID, Snell ArchAngel restoration, AJA Kona3, HDCAM/HDCAM SR Decks, and fast h.264 encoding.